Himalaya Anti-Hair Fall Shampoo Review

Physical Attributes : The shampoo is translucent whitish in colour. It has a thinner consistency than many other shampoos.

Fragrance: It has a pleasant but extremely mild fragrance.

Pricing: The shampoo costs INR68 for 100ml, INR130 for 200ml, INR 230 for 400ml, INR 450 for 700ml and INR 650 for 1000ml. This shampoo is fairly priced.

Ingredients: These are the star ingredients.

  • Butea Frondosa or ‘flame of the forest’ is native to India and Southeast Asia. It strengthens hair and helps promote hair growth.
  • Bhringaraja is traditionally used in Ayurveda for hair growth and hair dyeing. It nourishes the hair root, improves hair texture and reduces hair fall.

Check out this picture for the entire list:

Variants: Himalaya Herbals has quite a few shampoos that you can choose from. Protein Daily care, Damage Repair Protein, Anti Dandruff with tea tree, Anti Dandruff Soothing, Dryness Defence are some of the others. They also have a Gentle Baby shampoo for little ones.

Experience :

  • Himalaya Herbals is an ayurvedic brand. This shampoo has it’s roots in ayurveda accompanied by modern science
  • It does contain chemicals but it feels less damaging than other shampoos.
  • It smells fairly decent.
  • It lathers okay….not too much but sufficient enough.
  • Is very affordable
  • It cleanses well.
  • Can be used more often than most other chemical laden shampoos.
  • Contains sulphates.
  • Does not contain any parabens.
  • Does nothing to manage frizz.
  • Is a drugstore product and easily available.
  • This shampoo is made in India.
  • This shampoo does not dry my hair or scalp.
  • Does nothing to arrest hairfall. But, I doubt any shampoo has that ability anyway.
Happy Hair Days to you!
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